Date of Stay: August, 2014
Well maintained small RV park in a tiny town that is at the southern entrance to Death Valley National Park. The managers are ever present to see to the needs of the campers and greet all guests with a smile. The bathrooms are super clean and there is a library for the guests to use. In the library is a community refrigerator and sink for the guests to use. There is also a spring-fed pool that is at a constant 89 degrees. Some of the sites at this park are free-form and not traditional, but it adds to the charm. Lots of grassy sites and shaded sites, but not a lot are both grassy and shady. My only complaint, and the reason for the rating of 8 is that it is advertised as WIFI, but the WIFI did not work the entire weekend we were there. It did not work anywhere in the park. There was also no cell service. This is something that really needs to be fixed. I will return to the park but hope that the WIFI is fixed. We stayed here in a travel trailer.
Date of Stay: June, 2013
We really enjoyed our stay at this campground. We were in site D6 with 50 amp service, it backed up to a berm so we didn't have anyone behind us and the site was plenty wide enough for our slides. The interior roads are paved but the sites are compacted dirt/gravel. There are many sites with shade trees. The grounds are kept clean as are the common ares: the pool, the pond, the grassy center, etc. The new managers are always driving around and making sure everything is good. They are quick to take care of any concerns. The WIFI was spotty and there isn't any cable, and there is no cell service at the park, but our satellite dish worked great. This park is also a 15 - 20 min drive from downtown Temecula but the drive is through the wine country and past some beautiful horse ranches. This park may not be for everyone, but it is the kind of park we look for when we travel.
Date of Stay: May, 2013
We spent 4 nights at this park and found it to be just about perfect for us. It is a smaller park, lots of shade trees, on a quiet street out of town, clean grounds, WIFI and cable, attentive park managers who make campers adhere to the rules, wide sites with fire rings and a river running through the park. The only amenities lacking, for us, was no laundry room and no place onsite to buy ice or little necessities.. These were small details and nothing to prevent us from going back. As a matter of fact, we can't wait for a return visit to Sequoia RV Ranch!
Date of Stay: June, 2010
After reading all of the reviews, and the varied opinions, we decided to stay here and experience it for ourselves. We are always on a quest to seek out campground/RV parks that look and feel like a National or State Park campground but with full hookups. We were very pleased with this campground. We had none of the issues stated in the previous reviews. We were in site #58, which backed up to a split rail fence that separated the park from the forest and it was a full hookup site. We could take our dog back there, play frisbee with him or just go for a walk along the trail. The site was plenty wide enough for our 30' class "C", our Jeep, BBQ, chairs and our portable fire pit. The park is quiet, has lots of trees,is nicely set up with a separation of back-ins, pull-throughs and tent campers. We found the camp hosts to be helpful, kind and ready to answer any questions we had. We enjoyed our stay so much, we are returning for a week in July. There is so much to do between the North Rim, hiking, Jeeping, bike riding, the Vermillion Cliffs, Lake Powell, river raft trips, horse back riding, that we will probably go back many more times. This is one of the best campgrounds I have every stayed in. That said, I don't care for the asphalt-sterile camping, so this may not be your type. It is truly beautiful and peaceful at Kaibab Camper Village.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
This is the kind of park we like, but it is not for everyone. It isn't new, but the facilities are clean and so is the park. The sites are gravel with a little bit of grass. The sites are not overly large, but rigs with slideouts fit just fine. It is a small park, hidden from town and about a block from Gull Lake, and it is an easy walk to the lake. The manager and his daughter are helpful and guided us into our site with ease. We did look at other parks around June Lake after we arrived, and decided that on our next trip to the area, we will continue to make our reservations at Golden Pine RV Park. Don't let the looks of the park keep you from staying there. It was quiet at night, and we found it to be a very relaxing stay. We camped there for 5 nights over the 4th of July weekend.